The precision of the smallest details, cyclically repeating the various preparation phases until its final realization
Canneté‘s ‘father’, Angelo Mammoliti, is a young industrial designer who is completing his master’s degree course at the Design Campus of the Florentine University. From the initial stages of the project, he sought the precision of the smallest details, cyclically repeating the various preparation phases until its final realization. Canneté is a source of light hidden in a work of art, a surprise. The structure of the lamps in this line is stylized and slender, made of brass cylinders and ribbed glass. The various table, floor and ceiling versions diffuse a soft light creating sophisticated atmospheres; Canneté is the ideal choice for minimal environments where the desire to capture attention is intentional by focusing on the use of objects with a unique design.
The table lamp by Il Bronzetto is LED with rechargeable batteries, perfect for bistro tables or tearooms where creating the right atmosphere through lighting is an essential imperative. The floor lamp, which recalls the pipes of an organ, diffuses a soft light at different heights from the ground while the imposing chandelier is created by multiple cylindrical pendants suspended by a steel wire which together create the effect of a rain of threads.
The lamps are made up of a brass part that gives them a profound elegance and a ribbed glass part that allows the light to illuminate the surrounding environment.
The light of the table lamp is diffused by a LED lamp, whose batteries are rechargeable.
Processing and materials
Brass cylinders and cylindrical glasses ribbed in various sections depending on the declination.
For the floor lamp: 3 500 LED tubes; 8x LED stripe 96xW m (4m), incandescent source.
For the table lamp: 1xG4 LED max; incandescent source.
For the chandelier: 60xG9 max 4W; incandescent source.